Hello Red Team,
We're officially halfway through the year (wow that is crazy) and we want to give you the chance to pump up your computer with a Halo Edition AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT graphics card. These graphics cards are hard to find nowadays, but you can learn more about Radeon 6900 XTs here.
Entering is easy, follow these steps:
“I have a Radeon RX 6950 XT in my rig and it has been great to use while playing The Last of Us Part 1. The quality of my graphics are top notch!"
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I have a 6600 and it is wonderful, but I can't lie that moving up to a 6950 would be amazing!
I have my new case that allows me to display my GPU so I can actually look at this beauty.
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Anyways, hope I win and don’t take more Tylenol than directed or prescribed!
I have an AMD A8-3870K Black Edition processor running in a backup rig. I power it on every month or so for Windows updates. It was used as my main rig for about a year... many years ago, and it worked great! Good overclocker. As with many of the issues back then, the AMD software was so-so. Thanks and good luck everyone!
I have many computers on my LAN that I generally power up once a month to perform Windows updates and Norton antivirus updates. Sometimes I even update the graphics card drivers and even games in Steam. With 10 computers, it takes a while and can get confusing unless you do things in sequence on each machine. I really should create a checklist to keep tabs on where I'm at because it takes several hours.
You just have a PC building problem like me Al. I've resorted to selling the extras. Too much work keeping 10 gaming PCs up to date. I still have 2 more builds I have to make a post about. I thought I was bad with 4 PCs, but 10... nice
woot woot! I was hoping this Halo edition would come back up. I really want this, fingers crossed!
I dunno if I'm allowed to win this, but I sure would love to win this!
I managed to snag a 6800xt during the great gpu shortage for roughly msrp and it's shredded every game I've played since!
Keep posting and helping others. You never know what can happen.....
Most memorable product from AMD for me is the AMD Athlon 64 4000+ - Athlon 64 San Diego. Arguably the fastest single core chip at the time. This was back in college first computer build. AMD to me has always represented good value for a solid performance.
Funny thing about cold cathode tube lighting. The inverters eventually fail. With LED lighting, they seem to last forever and there is basically no heat generated by them. Anyway, I did love the cold cathode tubes and I used them in at least 1/2 dozen builds in the early years.
GPU prices are finally coming down. I think, "what ever the market will bear" cuts both ways and if you have the patience you can work it to your benefit. This is a great card and a bit of a collectors item and would be a nice addition to most any system.
Dude I'd love this gpu so much, because I'm currently running a AMD Igpu with Radeon graphics so this would be a huge upgrade
Bet you could sell it for a lot since it's probably consider a antique.